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Vol. 135, No. 12, December 2011

 

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RESEARCH ARTICLES

 

1) Review of Tomographic Imaging using Finite Element Method,

    by Mohd Fua’ad Rahmat and Iliya Tizhe Thuku, pp.1-19

    [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]

 

2) An Overview: Effectiveness of Different Arrangement for Electrode Guard in Electrical Capacitance Tomography,

    by Mohd Fadzli B Abd Shaib, Elmy Johana Mohamad, Ruzairi Abdul Rahim, Mahadi B Abd Jamil, Leow Pei Ling, pp.20-26

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3) A High-Precision RF Time-of-Flight Measurement Method based on Vernier Effect for Localization of Wireless Sensor Networks,

    by Sang-il Ko, Go Aikawa, Jun-ya Takayama, Shinji Ohyama, pp.27-41

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4) A Communication Reliability Enhancement Framework for Wireless Sensor Network Using the ZigBee Protocol,

    by Jingcheng ZHANG, Allan HYUNH, Qinzhong YE, Shaofang GONG, pp.42-56

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5) Proposal for a Mini Wireless Force Platform for Human Gait Analysis,

    by Giovani PIFFER and Alexandre BALBINOT, pp.57-69

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6) Design and Implementation of Ethernet Based Embedded System for the Measurement of Dielectric Constant in Solids,

    by Manikumar C., Nagabhushan Raju K., Ramana C. H., Nagamani G., Chandra Sekhar T. and Ebraheem M., pp.70-79

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7) Modeling of Spring Constant and Pull-in Voltage of T-Shaped Radio Frequency Microelectromechanical (RF-MEMS) Cantilever Switch,

    by Shakti P Tripathy and Navneet Gupta, pp.80-89

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8) Optimization Design Method for the CMOS-type Capacitive Micro-Machined Ultrasonic Transducer,

    by D. Y. Chiou, S. B. Luo, and H. H. Chen, pp.90-97

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9) Morphological, Humidity and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Sensing Investigations on Tantalum Oxide,

    by Ritesh Kumar, B. C. Yadav, Tripti Shukla, Rajeev Singh and Shyam Singh, pp.98-109

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10)Chemically Synthesized Sn Doped Polyaniline Hydrochloride for Carbon Dioxide Gas Sensing,

    by K. R. Nemade, pp.110-117

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11)Low Cost Frequency Independent Induction Sensor for Low Concentration (ppm) D(+)-Glucose Monohydrate Detection,

    by Yew Fong Hor, Hio Giap Ooi, Hee C. Lim, pp.118-125

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12)Design and Development of a Relative Humidity and Room Temperature Measurement System with On Line Data Logging Feature
    for Monitoring the Fermentation Room of Tea Factory,
by Utpal Sarma, P. K. Boruah, pp.126-133

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13)A Novel Bio-Chemical Sensor Based on the Microsphere Raman Laser in the Presence of an External Non metallic Mirror,

    by Alireza Bahrampour and Azam Gholampour Azhir, pp.134-145

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14)Simulation and Optimization of Diffuser/Nozzle Micropump,

     by Chandika S. and Asokan R., pp. 146-154

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BUSINESS NEWS

 

Technology Assistance BCNA 2010, S. L. Takes Part in FP7 European Research Project CROSS-IT

 

19 December 2011, Barcelona, Spain – Technology Assistance BCNA 2010 S. L., a start-up company and its project partners have announced the launch of the European Seventh Framework Project ‘Smart Conditioning Monitoring and Prompt NDT Assessment of Large Concrete Bridge Structures (CROSS-IT)’ within the EC - FP7 'Capacities' programme under the call for 'Research for the Benefit of SMEs'. The CROSS-IT project aims to develop new technology based on Ultrasonic Guided Waves to inspect the concrete structure and steel reinforcements for dangerous levels of age-related degradation that can be caused by water ingress into surface cracks resulting in corrosion of internal steel re-bars and reinforcement. Advanced Ground Penetrating Radar will be used to locate the internal steel re-bars and reinforcement and to compliment the Ultrasonic Guided Wave technology ...

 

Javier Cañete,

Technology Assistance BCNA 2010 S. L.

Parc UPC-PMT, Edificio RDIT-K2M, C/ Esteve Terradas, 1

08860 Castelldefels, Barcelona, Spain

Tel.: +34 680 282 682

E-mail: info@techassist2010.com

Web: http://www.techassist2010.com

Concrete bridge

 

 

PRODUCT NEWS

 

Load Sensor Tests Tree Safety

 

Highway engineers and horticulturalists have adapted the latest in helicopter technology to solve a critical safety problem in their own industries, tree viability. Trees can transform a roadside verge, townscape or recreation space with their beauty and their ability to capture carbon dioxide. But they also present a potential hazard: if they fall, they could block a vital highway or even kill someone. As a result, professionals responsible for trees like to test the strength of their roots, usually by fixing a sling around the trunk and giving it a good tug with a tractor ...

 

Fiona Braithwaite

Sensor Technology Ltd,

Balscott Mill, Balscote, Banbury,

Oxon, OX15 6EY, UK

Tel: +44 (0)1295 730746, Fax:+44 (0)1295 738966

E-mail: info@sensors.co.uk

Load Sensor

 

 

New Data Logger for Humidity, Temperature, CO2 and Air Pressure

 

The new HUMLOG20 data logger from E+E Elektronik does not need to hide in any application. The state-of-the-art, elegant housing and the large display make the data logger a real attention-grabber. The current measurement values can be read off easily thanks to the large display, even from a distance of several meters.The excellent price-performance ratio and the corresponding optics make the HUMLOG20 the optimal choice for numerous applications. Typical fields of application include the monitoring and recording of humidity, temperature, CO2 and air pressure in museums, conference rooms or classrooms as well as climate monitoring in clean rooms, greenhouses, storage rooms or calibration laboratories ...

 

Martin Raab

E+E Elektronik GmbH

Langwiesen 7

A-4209 Engerwitzdorf, Austria

E-mail: info@eplus.com

Web: http://www.epluse.com

HUMLOG20 data logger

 

 

Miniature High Temperature Piezoelectric Accelerometer

 

Chatsworth, California, USA – December 1, 2011 – Dytran Instruments, Inc. has introduced the model 3316C, a high temperature accelerometer featuring a charge mode element mounted in a hermetically sealed, miniature Inconel® housing. Capable of operating at temperatures up to +900 °F (+482 °C), the Dytran model 3316C utilizes the latest in planar shear technology. In order to operate at such high temperatures, the model 3316C was designed with a unique, Dytran patented feature. Units employ a “silver window” on the top cover of the accelerometer housing, which provides oxygen access to the crystal at high temperatures while maintaining the unit’s hermetic sealing ...

 

Ken Supin

Application Engineer

Dytran Instruments, Inc.

21592 Marilla Street, Chatsworth, CA 91311

Tel.: 818-700-7818, fax: 818-700-7880

E-mail: info@dytran.com

Accelerometer 3316C

 

 

New Silicon Temp Sensor Guarantees High Accuracy and Resolution Across a Wide Temperature Range in Small Packages

 

Microchip Technology, Inc., has announced the MCP9808 silicon temperature sensor, which serves a broad range of applications by guaranteeing high accuracy of 0.5 degrees from -20 to +100 degrees Celsius, along with high temperature resolution of 12 bits (0.0625 degrees Celsius/LSB).  The MCP9808 comes in small MSOP and 2x3 mm DFN 8-pin packages, for space-constrained applications.  Additional features include shutdown, an under/over-temperature monitor and a critical-temperature alert ...

 

Eric Lawson

Microchip Technology, Inc.

2355 West Chandler Blvd.

Chandler, Arizona, USA 85224-6199

Tel.: 1-888-624-7435, 480-792-7182

E-mail: eric.lawson@microchip.com

Web: http://www.microchip.com/get/DPHN

MCP9808 silicon temperature sensor

 

 

Universal, Digital Sensor Output Driver with Sensor Supply

 

Universal, digital output driver iC-DX/DXC enables compact sensors to be assembled with NPN, PNP, push-pull, and IO link-compatible output driver options. From an input voltage of 8 to 30 V an integrated linear regulator provides the sensor electronics with a stable +5 V voltage with a 10 mA carrying capacity. The iC-DX switching output supplies at least +/-150 mA of drive current; at 200 mA minimum drive current iC-DXC is also IO link-compatible, as it has a feedback channel with a polarity monitor for wake-up detection. The integrated temperature monitor protects both devices against overtemperature and shuts down the output driver at +150 °C. An integrated reverse polarity protection circuit safeguards the sensor against incorrect wiring of the supply voltage ...

 

Dr. David Lin

iC-Haus GmbH

Am Kuemmerling 18, 55294 Bodenheim, Germany

Tel.: +49 (6135) 9292-300

Fax: +49 (6135) 9292-192

E-mail: david.lin@ichaus.de

Web: http://www.ichaus.com

Universal, Digital Sensor Output Drivers iC-DX/DXC

 

 

Hand Held Vibration Meter Offers Portability and Easy of Use for Periodic Routine Checks of Industrial Equipment

 

Columbia Research Laboratories has introduced the Model VM-300 vibration meter, a general purpose vibration measuring instrument designed for periodic routine checks of industrial equipment where portability and ease of use are required. Acceleration, velocity, and displacement measurement modes are provided, along with a number of value enhancing features. Dual power allows the VM-300 to be powered from its internal battery in the field or from an external AC adapter to save battery life in bench applications. A precision low-voltage lockout circuit prevents the VM-300 Meter from making erroneous readings due to low battery. An automatic 10 minute timeout during battery operation will not allow the meter to drain the battery while unattended. An optional printer can be connected to the VM-300 Meter for permanently recording measurements ...

 

Columbia Research Laboratories, Inc.

1925 Mac Dade Blvd. Woodlyn, PA 19094

Tel.: 1-800-813-8471

Fax: 610-872-3882

E-mail: sales@crlsensors.com

Web: www.crlsensors.com

Vibration Meter VM-300

 

 

Telemetry Active Repeater Enables Broader Coverage for Wireless Instrumentation

 

Mantracourt have announced the release of their Wireless Active Repeater, a module that allows wireless instrumentation transmission to span around obstacles such as buildings or walls as well as increasing range. The repeater acts as a transparent link between Mantracourt’s T24 Acquisition modules and a base station or a handheld display. The Active Repeater was originally developed to achieve greater coverage for wireless load cell technology in the construction sector ...

 

Kelly Voysey

Marketing Coordinator

Mantracourt

The Drive Farringdon

Exeter, Devon, EX5 2JB, UK

Tel.: +44 (0) 1395 232020

E-mail: kelly@mantracourt.co.uk

Web: http://www.mantracourt.co.uk/

Wireless active repeater

 

 

Energy Harvesting Subsystems for Wireless Sensors, Power Generation and Data Acquisition in Pplumbing & HVAC Applications

 

Nextreme Thermal Solutions has developed two new energy harvesting subsystems for the plumbing and HVAC industries. The subsystems are the latest additions to Nextreme's Thermobility™ energy harvesting platform that uses thin-film thermoelectric technology to convert available thermal energy into electric power for a variety of autonomous self-powered applications. Thermobility uses differences in temperature to enable power anywhere there is an adequate heat source. The advanced technology eliminates the need to use traditional wired power sources or replaceable batteries ...

 

Karl von Gunten

Nextreme Thermal Solutions, Inc.

3908 Patriot Drive,

Suite 140, Durham, NC 27703-8031, USA

Tel.: (919) 597-7348

E-mail: kvongunten@nextreme.com

Energy Harvesting Subsystem

 

 


 

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